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Report residential Oklahoma City flood damage from June 6 to okc.gov/flood
Oklahoma City residents or businesses with damage from the June 6 flash floods should to okc.gov/flood by Sunday, June 9.
Flood damage to report includes damage to a house, mobile home, apartment or business. Do not report roof leaks.
The online reporting tool is only for Oklahoma City residents or businesses affected by the flooding on Thursday, June 6. It is not for damage from previous flood, storm or tornado events.
Office of Emergency Management staff will use the information to identify parts of Oklahoma City affected by flooding and conduct a preliminary damage assessment. Staff will not conduct a detailed site assessment like an insurance adjuster would. Residents with flood insurance should contact their agent.
The Public Works Department will use the reports to evaluate the City’s drainage system. Owners of flooded properties will get emails requesting additional information about damage.
Submitting a flood damage report online does not register property owners for any type of emergency or disaster assistance. Residents who need disaster relief or assistance should call the American Red Cross of Central and Southwest Oklahoma at (405) 228-9500.
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